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on the "today" show. >>> president obama was revisiting his commit ms from the state of the union address. while the gun control debate eclipsed the economic agenda, he says his focus is still on creating jobs in a sluggish economy. >> i've spent the day in austin talking with folks about what we can do to reignite the true engine of america's economic growth, a thriving, rising middle class and a dynamic cutting edge economy. >> the president also announced competitions for three manufacturing hubs hoping congress will make a $1 billion investment for 15 such hubs nationwide. >>> the sailing world lost a champion. 2008 olympic gold medalist andrew bart simpson died in the san francisco bay. he and the crew were training for the america's cup races when the vessel overturned trapping him underwater for several minutes. all other crew members have been ked for but the entire team is devastated by what happened. >>> and now here's your first look at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. how would you like to own air force one? this dc-9 served former presidents and other officials for $50,000
? how south carolina went against the supreme court of the united states and made implementing obama care a crime. will it stick? we'll have more in a minute. >> clayton: plus, did you ever wish you could control your dreams? >> dreams, they feel real while we are in them, right? only when we wake up when we find out something is actually strange. >> clayton: why inception may not just be a hollywood movie anymore but reality. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> good morning, we want to get to extreme weather center for southern california this morning. massive wildfire now burning 43 square miles. check out this remarkable image of man standing on the roof of his home as the flames quickly approach. the fires are only 20 percent contained at this hour. shifting winds make it difficult to get handle on the flames. will firemen get any relief today. janice dean live in the exsteaming weather center. she has the first alert forecast. >> i do have good news fortunately for firefighters in the area. they had incredible conditions to deal with fire season has come a little bit e
. the president of the united states of america, president obama, held a press conference 17 days ago and angrily called the nra liars. really? spent his the man who entire reelection campaign saying he supported our second amendment rights and would never try to take anyone's gun away. .e calls us liars this from the president who repeatedly claimed that 40% of fire arms sales don't require a background check. that was never true. and the washington post gave the forident three pinocchios that one. andy coulson sliders. the biggest whopper of all, one of the president's favorite lines is that 90 percent of americans support his background check bill. cannot grant and rave about anything else. 90% americans don't want criminals or the mentally ill to get their hands on guns. kind i don't know what of polling data with the white house, but i do know this. when it comes to keeping guns out of hands of violent criminals or the mentally deranged, nra members agree 100%. [applause] but mr. president, the bill u.n.-backed would not accomplish that goal. your bill was a check that criminals avoid. the b
the right but over the weekend president obama went to ohio state university with a commencement message of hope and a call to reject the anti-government movement of the right. >> unfortunately, you've grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government as a separate, sinister entity at the root of all of our problems, that tyranny is around the corner. you should reject these voices because what they suggest is that our brave, creative, unique experiment and self-rule is just a sham with which we can't be trusted. >> you should reject these voices. president obama said the country needs to be energized, they need to engage citizenship, one that works together. >> yours has become a generation possessed with the most american ideas, that people who love their country can change it for the better. we don't think the government is the source of all of our problems either. because we understand that this democracy is ours. and as citizens, we understand that it's not about what america can do for us, it's about what can be done by us together. through the hard and frustrating but ab
: another key question. did president obama and secretary of state clinton do anything wrong? >> did she ask you about the cause of the attack? >> i don't recall that being part of the conversation. will. >> bill: tonight. we have straight talk about benghazi. also, upcoming on the factor, there is a verdict in the jodi arias murder trial. >> guilty. >> bill: and the latest on that horrendous kidnapping in cleveland. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. very busy news day. we'll have analysis of the jodi arias verdict. she was found guilty of first degree murder. also the latest on the horrendous cleveland kidnapping case. but, first, our lead story tonight the benghazi hearings in washington today. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. there is no question, no question at all that the u.s.a. did not protect its ambassador to libya christopher stephens and three other americans who were murdered by terrorists in benghazi last september 11th. so today, the house overs
interviewed pat smith myself. >> bill: she told me and both president obama and secretary of state clinton told her eye to eye, face to face, the video was responsible. >> and leon panetta as well and secretary of state hillary clinton. they told pat smith shelled get the people who did this and 8 months later they still have not. >> bill: how could you possibly do that if you were the president of the united states and you were seen with the cia answered he gets a briefing every morning from the cia. the president gets a direct briefing. how could you possibly do that when the cia is raising flags all over the place about al qaeda? >> because it is easy. because it is a fluid, easy, simple, mindless explanation. >> bill: it's not honest that. >> should solve everyone's anxiety. when did honesty and politics become hand in hand? >> bill: i assume that our presidents, barack obama, george w. bush, i assume think are honest. i don't care it's right to aassume they're dishonest. all right. let's get on to hillary clinton. >> their job is to be elected. this was in the heat of an election camp
president obama. >> it was the state department. >> this process everybody is unequal players said ever buddies concerns have to be listened to and taken into account but these were intelligence community talking points, can i finish? that the intelligence community have stews sign-off that is their view of what they knew at that time. lou: that e-mail's and petraeus reaction ows j. carney statements are not true andas the scandal shines brighter osecretary of state hillary clinton it appears to be moving in close proximity to the white house itself and e focus tonight on libya the security situation is deteriorating with the potential for conflict rising and that potential cahan conflict inspireby al qaeda wing radicals and the state department issued a travel warning in the region and in addition put our military on alert to respond to any threats should they arise a specialized marine unit based in spain is being repositioned closer to libya. in this vessel operations unit has then placed on alert. and stephen hays to first broke the news of the revision to the benghazi talking point
obama, the president of the united states of america, held a press conference 17 days ago and angrily called the nra liars. liars? really? this from a man who spent his entire reelection campaign saying he supported our second amendment rights. and would never try to take anyone's gun away. and he calls us liars? this from the president to repeatedly claimed that 40% of firearm sales don't involve a background check. that was never true. in the "washington post" gave him three pinocchio's for that one. he calls us liars? the biggest whopper of all is that 90% of americans support his background checks bill. the media can't rant and rave about anything else. 90% of americans don't want criminals and the mentally ill to get their hands on guns. i don't know what kind of polling they do down at the white house, but i do know this. when it comes to keeping guns out of the hands of violent criminals in the mentally deranged, nra members agree 100%. [applause] but mr. president, the bill you backed would not accomplish that goal. your bill, the bill you ordered was simply a maze of regula
. this bugs me. obama, the other presidents say they have smartweed, but they arrest people. president obama has continued to have raids in states where medical marijuana is illegal. 200 plus. they're still doing it. john: legal or hours, people are registering their plans. john: state legal, but the fed law does take priority. >> obama's said in 2008 when he ran he would use his administration as a tool for justice against aids or medical marijuana is illegal. he has done the exact opposite and as busted some many dispensaries, especially in northern california if that is the hypocrisy, i don't know what is. john: the canvas guppy mentioned. was that? >> apparently for the first time this was a non medical marijuana growing and consuming competition where people were able to try different types of marijuana and then decide what tasted best, what made them feel blessed. and so the winner was in the mixed flowers category, but none gross got cookies byrivate stock l.a. john: the name of some type of wheat. and what strikes me about this legalization movement, it illustrates, as politicians al
and apparently the obama administration is concerning their views don't support the so-called official account of events. former justice official of the house intelligence committee victoria say it's a vlation of law. she represents one of the state department employees. >> my client is being so compliant with the law. here is the state department was trying to ignore this until you beat up on this. they were obstructing justice. >> adam housley has learned from an unnamed special operator who watched the events that took place in benghazi that the official account may be wrong, perhaps terribly weakening. they say the united states had military assets in position to act and respond to save at least two of the lives that were lost in that attack. we take you a of that up tonight with former c.i.a. operative michael sawyer who led the bin laden unit and thomas mcnerney and congressman robert lotta on the losing war on tracking and the crush the keystone pipeline. someone inside the obama white house is issuing threats and intimidating employees of the state departmental that wishes to share cri
coming out, that's the obama white house. the former secretary of state helped them do it. that's what they say. the focus seems mostly shifted, by the way, to clinton now, not obama. they seem to be after her right now. these revelations yesterday had to do with what hillary knew and what she did or didn't do during and after the attacks. for example, we now know that clinton phoned the embassy in tripoli the night of the attacks and spoke with the dcm, deputy chief of mission at the time, gregory hicks. hicks also said clinton's chief of staff, cheryl mills, tried to intimidate him after he spoke with the u.s. congressman, a republican, about the attacks without a state department lawyer being present. my question today, what kind of a picture does this all add up to? where are we headed with this? lisa myers is the great senior investigative reporter for nbc news. jeremy peters is a political reporter for "the new york times." we have two good people here. let's try to figure out the facts yesterday. what did we learn yesterday that seems to be exposing the secretary of state, bring
to press the obama administration for more information. the two state department whistle-blowers we heard from this week may, in fact, be just the beginning. there is talk about cia whistle-blowers stepping forward. and yesterday, house speaker john boehner called on the white house to turn over more documents and e-mails, including one in which a state department official was said to acknowledge that the benghazi attacks were, in fact, carried out by terrorists. >> the state department would not allow our committees to keep copies of this e-mail when it was reviewed, and i would call on the president to order the state department to release this e-mail so that the american people can see it. >> and while she's already made one appearance before congress, republicans may press to hear more from former secretary of state hillary clinton and her role in all of this. in fact, one person pushing for that is said to be former vice president dick cheney. the state department, meantime, is skeptical about whether we're learning anything new here. >> some of these issues were sort of high up by s
talking about obama care medical pay roll tax. a new specific tax with obama care. it is it a noncompliance. austin, come on, man. >> you just stated two things that were the same thing . that is an increase on the capitol gains rate is the stame thing tried to portray as a second tax. >> it is going to medicare. >> there is no doubt there will be practical hicups like when they passed medicare d that free money that the bush administration giving out. there were logistical hicups and problems with that. over all the congressional budget is not forecasting that this will be a increase in the dev stit by any oh, boy. >> look at margins. >> i have to jump in here. >> austin, do me a fave error. >> calling it a logistical hicup. my god, you don't know what will happen to the middle class. what about the insurance premium fees and none of this is making healthcare better . doctors are turning patients away and it is not in full implementation. people trying to be helped are hurt in the end of the day. families don't really give a dam about families paying extra for med
president obama. he is not a much ignorant as dishonest. the president of the united states told the united states told a roomful of rich campaign donors in san francisco last month that the gun used at sandy hook elementary school was, a fully automatic eapon. a fully automatic weapon. that was not an innocent mistake. that was a deliberate deception. you know so my automatic firearms are not fully automatic. 40% of gun sales are conducted with the back rent check is false. even your beloved "washington post" called you out on that one. even universal background checks would not have prevented new town. the centerpiece of president obama's response to new town would not have prevented new town. it would not make a lick of difference in his hometown, either. you think that murderers and drug dealers and rapists and others in chicago or anywhere else are going to go to walmart for a federal background check women want to buy a gun? of course not. this would criminalize transfers of honest citizens. if you don't get eric holder's permission first, you go to ail. in other words, you are guilty
to succeed. >> axelrod: despite president obama's backing 27 of the 40 states that offer preschool education cut funding last year. bucking that trend is oklahoma, which is expanding its programs for children four years old and younger. maggie laguerre-wilkinson tells us about the public-private partnership that's getting top grades. >> reporter: when barbara powell's granddaughter, morgan, starting pre-k, powell was in awe at how much the three-year-old had taken in. >> they learn their a, b, cs, colors, shaims, sounds, writing. >> go job! >> reporter: for the past 15 years, oklahoma has offered public preschool for all four-year-olds, and 75% of them attend. that's the second highest rate in the nation. this program in tulsa goes further serving kids under four. >> apple. >> good job! >> reporter: it's called cap, community action practical and it targes low-income families. powell, who is working at a wendy's, iseration three of her grandchildren. this is not just a day care center. >> no, this is school. they learn. they learn a lot. >> reporter: that's because in oklahoma, everyone pre-
obama traveled to texas today to tout his jobs plan, but it may prove to be a tough sell in a state that has not exactly bought into his job creation philosophy. here's white house correspondent wendell goler. >> reporter: deep in the heart of the red state of texas, president obama tried to sell a jobs proposal that republicans, including one who wanted his job, have largely rejected. with government seed money, mr. obama wants to partner universities and businesses to form product manufacturing institutes, to advance his three main goals for american workers. >> we've got to make america a magnet for good jobs. second, we've got to help people earn the education and develop the skills they need to do those jobs. and number three, we've got to make sure that people who are working hard are able to achieve a decent living. >> reporter: the institutes proposal was announced in his state of the union address. despite the i sequester spending cuts, the administration squeezed out enough money to build three of them. >> this reflects the president being willing to cut and lower priority
and deliberate attempt on the part of members of the obama administration or the state department to cover up the information surrounding this particular attack? can someone please just tell me, what is the evidence for why we're having this conversation? >> professor peterson, when jason chaffetz was asked that question on fox news, specifically, what is the cover-up? his answer was, "that's why we're having another hearing." >> that's chronological, though. >> that's why we're having a press conference. that's why jay carney is answering questions. >> from a national security perspective, let's go back to one of the things that we know. that is at the time, we did not want our enemies to know we had a cia installation there. thanks to congressman chaffetz, that later was out. >> of course. absolutely. >> there were other things we did not in the immediate aftermath want our enemies to know that we knew. let's just say a decision was made to take out some of these references because of that. at the worst, maybe somebody said, and you know what, politically, maybe that's not something we need
thing than it's going to be. >> the obama administration's case was cowardly, duplicitous and they sacrificed american lives for politics. >> jon: you know what actually outrage justified. the president of the united states to consciously allow americans to die to protect his own political chances is damni damning. your level of anger is in fact justified. as is the question you've been asking now for eight months. >> where is the media outrage on libya and benghazi? >> why is this story not getting more coverage in the mainstream media. >> where is the outrage. jon: yes! that came out of nowhere. where is the outrage? over obama's cover-up. which we know is indeed the case. >> that indeed was the case. jon: that indeed was the case. wait a minute. if that indeed is the case, see, i think i know what's going on here. this definitely happened, not if that indeed was the case. you see what i'm saying? that's why people may not be outraged because i think you're saying you're not sure yet. >> what if the president lied about benghazi and what if, in fact, he knew about this m
and more expansive and unfortunately the red line that the president of the united states has written was written in disappearing ink. >> president obama backed up israel's right to stop weapons. >> the israelis justifybly have to guard against the transfer of advance weaponry to terrorist organizations. so the israelis have to be vigilant and concerned. we will continue to coordinate with israel. >>> i want to bring in ayman mohyeldin. a couple of batteries have been moved up north although we saw that prime minister netanyahu left for china. what is the goal? >> the goal is to prevent the transfer of weapons. that is the stated strategic objective. i think there is a larger message here that is perhaps beepg sent to regional players that israel will a act unilaterally when it comes to security concerns. i think that is the underlying message to let all of the players know. >> if anything about assad so does that put more pressure on the president to do something to act or less? >> there is an argument for both. certainly it puts more pressure. at the end of the day is it complicates
obama commencement address at ohio state, university, followed by navy secretary ray mabus. on the next "washington journal," reid wilson will talk about the 2016 presidential field, followed by a reporter on how small and large businesses will be impacted by the affordable care at. then, the center for public integrity, and jim morris, discusses the help the administration. "washington journal," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. 7:0 companythe investment institute, this is 15 -- 50 minutes. [applause] >> thanks very much. as we get started at our keynote luncheon, i would like to start by thanking very much george and his team from jpmorgan for a wonderful lunch. can you please join me in a round of applause. thank you, jpmorgan. [applause]
and regulation, followed by the president obama commencement address at ohio state, university, followed by navy secretary ray mabus. on the next "washington journal," reid wilson will talk about the 2016 presidential field, followed by a reporter on how small and large businesses will be impacted by the affordable care at. then, the center for public integrity, and jim morris, discusses the help the administration. >> the agency will face an existential dilemma. you have the open internet order, but you also have what you might think of as the death of the social contract that felt the telephone industry and cable industry. both of those were fundamentally built on the premise we give you a monopoly, you serve everybody, we have universal service and other requirements. as we move towards an all data world, the economic foundations are crumbling. , and weget into 2017 look at his tenure, whether it is judged a success or failure it will be determined on
political and going from there. >> you have expressed disappointment in the past because president obama then secretary of state hillary clinton then secretary of defense leon panetta all of them came to you, talked to you. >> yes. >> and then you haven't heard from them. have you heard from anybody in the obama administration? have you gotten any outreach or any answers at all? >> i got one telephone call from a clerk that was a couple days after it happened. he was reading to me from the time line which i already had. and that was it. and since then, all they have told me is that i am not part of the immediate family so they don't want to tell me anything. >> secretary of state hillary clinton testified about the benghazi tragedy shortly before she left office. i want to play a little bit of what she said. >> with all due respect, the fact is, we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do eve
was appointed by president obama a little more than two years ago to be united states attorney and it is my incredible honor to represent the president, the obama administration here in the northern district of california. welcome to the stop bullying summit. i'm a federal prosecutor so it may seem odd that here we are talking about bullying and we asked all of you to be here and i want to explain the origin of that and why this happened. you people, everybody in this room, has been involved in this issue and is doing incredible work on this issue and we were so honored to be a part of it and to meet with all of you and to speak with you about it. the origin is that as the united states attorney, the administration wants me, wants all the united states attorneys, to go out into the community. it's actually a very different role for the united states attorney is envisioned by this administration. this administration, the president, attorney general holder, they want the u.s. attorneys to go out into the attorney to talk to the communities in our district to understand what the issues are
and the explanation we were given by president obama and then secretary of state hillary clinton. >> we've seen rage and violence directed at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with with. >> you had a video that was released by somebody who lives here, sort of a shadowy character who is extremely offensive video directed at muhammed and islam extremists and terrorists, used this as an excuse to attack a variety of our embassies including the consulate in libya. >> but here's what gregory hicks, the second highest ranking official on the ground at the time told congress yesterday. >> do you report to nip in washington within the first couple of days that flfs there a protest in connection to a youtube video? >> the only report that our mission made through every channel was that there had been an attack on a consulate. >> so at this table, we assumed all the things we found out yesterday to be true, but we were giving people buckets full of the benefit of the doubt. now they don't deserve that any more, eric. what do you think? >> i think there are two time line
a bill it would allow states to collect taxes oint net sales on states like ebay and amazon. they can only collect from stores that have a physical presence in that state. the bill now heads to the house. >> republican senator stealing the show from president obama during a bipartisan game of golf. he had a hole in one on the 11th home. bob corker beat the president and mark nudal. it is the second hole in one. president obama had never witnessed one before and thought it was pretty cool. >> the time now is 12 minutes after the hour. coming up we will condititinue bring you the latest developments of the missing women found in ohio after 10 years. also coming up three beens -- witnesses telling what they knew about the terror attacks in benghazi. what kind of questions can they expect. >> amazing photos in earth taken from outer space. how the photos were taken using a device that you likely own. fi. since aflac is helping with his expenses while he can't work, he can focus on his recovery. he doesn't have to worry so much about his mortgage, groceries, or even gas bills. kick! kick..
cannot do together. madam president, welcome to the united states. >> speaking in foreign language] >> thank you, president obama, for the hospitality. during my meeting with the president today i was able to have a heart to heart talk with him on a wide range of common interests. i found that the two of us have a broad common view about the vision and role that should guide the korea-u.s. alliance as it moves forward and i was delighted to see that. first of all, the president and i shared the view that the korea-u.s. alliance has been faithfully carrying out its role as a bulwark of peace and stability on the korean pin nins sewella and northeast asia and that the alliance should continue to serve as a linchpin for peace and stability on the korean peninsula and asia. in this regard i believe it is significant that the joint declaration on the 60th anniversary of our alliance we adopted spells out the direction that our comprehensive strategic alliance should take. next, the president and i reaffirmed that we will by no means tolerate north korea's threats and provocations which
? >> if a man is not popular in the united states senator that means he is a, doing the right thing, and b, serving his country. barack obama was running for president before he was ever elected to the senate. he started during the convention with kerry in '04 when he was still a state senator. for harry reid to call this guy a bully -- harry reid is one of the biggest bullies to ever serve in congress. i mean with his 30-year ties to organized crime -- >> michael: no. no. no. >> woe. woe. woe, dude. >> michael: jack, you -- you are often at odds with how i feel but you are never this unreasonable. the idea that harry reid is a bully. i wouldn't disagree with that. he is also the majority leader and has been there for quite and while and has earned that status. there is no written rule that ted cruz can't do what he is doing -- >> do you know the tactics reid uses in the senate. he has abused his powers as a majority leader more than any majority leader i can remember. thinking at least back 30, 35 years, i can't think of anyone in either party who has ever so abused
to conspiracy mongering and a relentless effort to discredit president obama and former secretary of state hillary clinton. so they aligned to protect their prince. and thus c avoid the most obvios point, who pushed the damn video, it's the only question that t scares them. you know they're scared when they ask you to move on. nothing to see here folks, as the times notes. the real scandal is that serious follow-up on security in libya is going unaddressed. actually no. the real scandal is who pushed the damn video? since you can't p answer that without heads rolling, better to pretend you care about securityi of a consulate whose initial pillaging left you cold because you're guy was in charge. you're going to tell me, mr. editorial board, that you wouldn't g call for blood if itt were president romney?wa remember your big stink about his tax returns? this is now become a school yard pick up game. the media picks sides, cbs is on one side, msnbc jon stewart the times on the other. and we're the underdogs. the rebels, the hoosiers. it's rocky.s it's bad news bears. it's boos some buddies.
the shock waive from wednesday's benghazi whistle blowing hearings are still reverberating through the obama administration, thanks to the testimony of three brave state department officials. we are finally beginning to learn the truth about what happened the tragic day that four americans were brutally murdered in libya. in addition, it's becoming more and more obvious that following the attack the president and his aids deliberately ignored the facts and instead chose to write their own narrative about that deadly night. after reviewing what was said on tap toll hill yesterday it's clear that then secretary of state hillary clinton played a very key role in what i believe was an administration-wide national security coverup. according to the whistleblowers she is to blame for not only sending ambassador stevens to the unsafe city of benghazi, but also for the poor security conditions at the consulate. watch this. >> mr. nordstrom, who has the authority to place personnel this a facility that does not mean the minimum osbt standards? >> it's my understanding that since we were the sole occu
of us, but remember when president obama is giving the state of the union speech and the guy in the audience yells out -- you lie. you remember this. was made him say "you lie" the reference that president obama made to the fact that health care, this law, was not going to be readily available to anyone in this country illegally. it is not available for those who are here illegally and the congressman jumped up and said that. why do i raise this? of all the things president barack obama said in the speech that he had to disagree with, the thing that really got his eye was the very idea that the president would dare say that this would not happen. they know it is then they will fight. a few years ago, this health care issue already has this color-coded notion connected to it. now going forward, you have senators suggesting that you should not get health care on the other side of the citizenship fight. and to me about health care where we are heading for this particular community. >> that's why i'm happy to see elected from california because he sees things differently. new mem
. president obama has continued to have raids in states where medical marijuana is legal, 200. plus they are still doing it. >> you have legal growers people -- >> the federal laws do take priority. >> obama said when he ran he wasn't going to use his justice for marijuana. he has busted so many in california if that's not hypocrisy i can't image what is. >> the cannabis cup? >> this is a nonmedical marijuana growing and consuming competition where people were able to try certain types of mare waub gnaw and th-- marijua and decide what tasted best and made them feel best. the winner was platinum girl scout cookies by private stock la. >> that's a name of some type of weed. and what strikes me about this legalization movement it illustrates how clueless they are. washington has appointed the pot czar. you de sited how about this come to market. mar vesting quality testing, pricing, don't they understand if you legalize things it happens. u.s. delivers 100 packages per minute. america just does this. >> you will see with this. i think the more marijuana is legalized it is going to be
taxes online and could mean $23 billion in new revenue to the state. amazon, target and president obama voiced their support of the bill. ebay, facebook and aol are against it. turning to wall street, stocks closed mixed, rising above 1600. the bloomberg silicon valley index higher today, shares of apple gained. and you tube planning to offer paid subscription offers costing about $2 a message. in san francisco, i'm emily chang, back to you. >> emily, thank you. >> jobs will be available tomorrow at our jobs journal hire event taking place from noon until 4:00 at hilton garden inn. >> job of forecaster is kind of challenging right now given we have rain, you know, it's kind of odd outside. >> muggy out there. >> looks like east coast weather. scattered showers and thunderstorms. with where you can see scattered showers still rain wrapping around an off shore low. we have a little thunderstorm cell. and a wider area of showers and down pours. most of the bear is dry at the moment. and east of it we have a wider area of showers. no thunderstorms reported there. but there could be locally
of the united states. >> president obama played golf? >> the charm offensive on the golf course, senator bob corker was playing with him. he will be in "the situation room." in my "situation room," bob corker is coming over. a lot of people are outraged, the obama administration is still providing bags of cash, millions and millions of dollars to hamid karzai in afghanistan. millions of dollars -- >> corker's mad about that? >> very mad. >> the golf thing makes sense. he plays golf at least twice a week. why doesn't he have republicans playing golf with him. thank you, wolf blitzer. look forward to that on "the situation room." kevin, donna, susan, thank you. >>> we all know those hollywood types like to pat themselves on the back with award show after award show. but one for movie ads? yeah, the golden trailer awards. that's our pop lead next. so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to s
of state, an early indication that they are interested in engaging with the obama's second-term white house on some of the biggest issues and if china did in fact persuade north korea to step down and step back from the precipice, pull the missiles back op their launching pads, that would be a very big deal and a very good sign for u.s./china relations. >> it seems to be one of the biggest motivator, one of the things the united states makes clear, you would assume one of the last thing china wants is some sort of arms race. especially so this chatter about japan and south korea feeling the need to arm themselves is something china doesn't want and i will sit down. >>> let me begin by saying it is a great pleasure to welcome president park and our friends from the republic of korea. madam president, we are greatly honored that you've chosen the united states as your first foreign visit. this reflects the deep friendship between our peoples and the great alliance between our nations which is marking another milestone. i'm told in korea, a 60th birthday is a special celebration of life. and l
accommodations with president obama and secretary of state clinton. >> shepard: our coverage begins tomorrow morning 11 is:30 eastern and 10:3030 central on fox news. the sign says it all three families welcome home three women after a decade in what had to be a living hell. we'll hear more from the neighbor who says he was just eating mcdonald's when he became a hero. plus, a top u.s. official is now saying there could be a breakup of syria. and president obama responds to critics who claim he is not acting quickly enough to enforce his red line in syria. that's all ahead as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news as fox reports live tonight. ♪ even superheroes need superheroes, and some superheroes need complete and balanced meals with 23 vitamins and minerals. purina dog chow. help keep him strong. dog chow strong. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat mo dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solut
, the united states is considering giving arms to syrian rebels to a them in the civil war. obama says if hard evidence emerges of the syrian government using chemical weapons, that would be a game changer. the uss five of the soldiers have been killed in a guinness five of its.s. says soldiers have been killed in afghanistan. authorities,afghan the soldiers vehicle was struck in the volatile district in the kandahar district. firefighters in a coastal region of southern california are battling a massive wildfire and head of the fire season. the fire west of los angeles covers an area of 100 square, alters -- square kilometers. weather forecasters are hoping increased humidity rejected on the weekend will give crews manning the fire lines much needed assistance after the blaze nearly tripled in size on friday. >> firefighters were printing the blaze by creating their own trolled burns. , low humidity, and high temperatures made their work more difficult. on thursday.e out it spread further over the course of friday. affecting 4000 homes in the area, firefighters were deterred when winds gave a
carbon footprint. >> the super blow dry er. >>> president obama sending ohio state grads off into the real world with a dare, to do better and be better. he also talked about citizenship in his commencement speech yesterday. >> we've seen courage and compassion, a sense of civic duty and a recognition we are not a collection of strangers, we are bound to one another by a set of ideals and laws and commitments, and a deep devotion to this country that we love. and that's what citizenship is. >> the president also called on grads to tackle issues like gun violence, education, and the environment. >> just ahead on "early start," iron man takes off at the box office this weekend. that's an understatement. will it help kick off the summer movie season? we're going to go live to los angeles when we come back. plus, a simple cure for men who are going gray? details ahead. >>> this will be the 40 mega watt solar field. >> they told him he could never do it. >> it was an idea. >> he said someone's got to bring solar energy to this place. >> it will be the field with the best security
-- >> stephanie: even burnett joined in on the obama criticism you're the president of the united states. you have a lot of powers. you have executive powers. yes, i don't get it. >> they're dumb over there. >> stephanie: come on. look alive here! [ applause ] >> it is like in monty python, they ran out of weapons started catapulting sheeps and cows. they're out of anything good to hit with. this is the other crap. off the burning zeppelin. >> stephanie: when has fox news had a roundtable on criticizing republicans? never. glenn beck at the nra convention. glen too crazy for fox beck. >> guns save lives. guns protect our mothers our wives, our daughters our children. >> except that one time. >> stephanie: when you're 43 times more likely to kill one of them because you have a gun in the house than an intruder. >> kid did a good job of protecting his sister. >> anyone ever done a tally of lives saved? >> no. >> it is impossible to keep a statistic like that. >> i guess it is. >> every burglary foiled. >> look at all of the things that didn't happen. >> stephanie: statistics pulled freshly from the
to me. >> kasie hunt, thank you so much. >>> so at his ohio state convention speech yesterday, president obama invoked one of the nra's favorite words to challenge the graduates. >> unfortunately, you've grown up hearing voices that incessantly warp of government as nothing more than a sinister entity at the heart of the problems. they'll warn that tyranny is always lurking just around the corner. should you reject these voices. >> joining us live, mark murray. the president didn't name the nra specifically in that clip but obviously the language of tyranny, certainly language that we hear a lot from the nra leaders. that was a direct shot. >> that was a shot. you do see in a particularly partisan lens that the democrats are going after the national rifle association. the national rifle association in turn is returning fire of and this has turned into a political game right now where it used to be the national rifle association had reach within both parties. marchly democrats from the rural states but it was noted that howard dean, the 2004 presidential democrat was once an nra member. g
in syria would pull in the united states, whether or not there is more to be done with the obama administration. ordinary rubs don't always work on my arthritis. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. the human rights group saying 100 people are still missing. >> and syrian ally iran warning of a crushing response. russia calls reports of israeli air strikes very worrying. a former state department official joining us. you and i talked many times when i was covered president bush, as his undersecretary of state, that the president, president bush, was wrong, he said, in going to war without substantial intelligence here. do you think president obama is right in this case to be prudent, to be cautious, to simply wait? >> well, he's certainly right to be prudent and cautious. because i think we've learned through bitter experience that you have to have a compelling ai air-tight, convincing and credible reason to go to war. it's one of the most important, if not the most important, responsibility. w
obama's vision of a world without nuclear weapons should start on the korean peninsula and we stated that we would continue to strengthly urge north korea in close concert with the other members of the six-party talks and the international community to faithfully abide by its international obligations under the september 19 joint statement and the relevant ecurity council resolutions. korea and the u.s. will work jointly to induce north korea to make the right choice through multifaceted efforts including the implementation of the korean peninsula trust building process that i had spelled out. i take this opportunity to once again send a clear message, north korea will not be able to survive if it only clings to developing its nuclear weapons at the expense of its people's happiness. concurrently pursuing nuclear arsenals and economic development can by no means succeed. this is the shared view of the other members of the six-party talks and the international community. however, should north korea choose the path to becoming a responsible member of the community of nations, we are wi
president obama would like these two to sit on the united states tax court. not casting aspersions on the tax court or on these very accomplished nominees, but one measure of the fact these guys aren't the highest profile nominees in the world is in the headline announcing these nominations today, they misspell one of the guy's names. the other guy's name does get spelled right, but he is obscure enough if you google what he is, what pops up on google is this nice picture of a band playing music at a california winery in 2006. if that's what you're competing with for google search results on your own name and you're losing that competition to music festivals at california wineries from seven years ago, you may be a very esteemed potential tax court judge, but you are not a high profile guy and your nomination is not a high profile thing. but even for nominations like this that are relatively insignificant in the greater scale of governing, the president still needs permission to go ahead with hires like this. he can't just pick the appointees he wants. he can only nominate people.
the turks feel, but the jordanians, the saudis, some of the other gulf states, that president obama made the red line, drew that red line, and hasn't followed up as fast as they would like. >> well, my own view for what it is worth is that if you make it -- when you make a decision to use military force, if that's what's in question here, you have to be sure of the facts. we learned this lesson in iraq in 2003. if president obama is going to take a couple of weeks to make sure that we have evidence that syria used chemical weapons, to me, that's the right decision because our credibility rests on the charges that we make. and so we have to be absolutely sure. having said that, when you do draw a line in the sand and dare someone, especially in the middle east, across it, if he or she does, then you have to respond, i think credibility is important here. and i know the administration is trying to think, how do we respond, is it arming the moderate rebels, is it a series of air strikes against assad's military assets in order to degrade them. i think the united states if it does decide the
the same and joined our state legislature and some eight other seniors to support their effort state wide and to support president obama and senior fine fine stein on their national events and i want to take a moment to make sure that we hong hospital members of sandy hook continue keeping them in our minds and but also, that things that are not as announced but every single week whether it's oakland san jose or san francisco, that is young kid and i get this text every night calf can american meal 17 -years-old victim, to the chess, to the head. we have got to end this gun violence we have got do embrace, strategies that work so that, you can keep our cities safe. that will help us, as much as education is, as much as investment in housing is as much as investing in buss as well. it's got to be the whole package and i don't care what poles say or what political groups say it's the right thing do let's all join together and make sure that happens. (applause) >>> i'll close i want to thank dan and tim for awful their good economic analysis, i think they guided you with that i'll be hap
. it is obvious that everyone of the obama administration would like to forget the night of september 11th, 20 12 when the united states consulate in bengazi, liba overrun. in the ensuing battle four americans were murder. ambassador chris stevens and shaun smith and former navev seals glen doubtery and ty wooled. the american medical journalia aided and abetted the cover up of a terrorist attack 17 days blamed by the obama team on a snippet of a utube video and the spontanous mob mad about it the facts neverapped added up. i was one of the very first voice to put it bluntly. not saying it lightly and not saying it to be sensational. your government lied to you. there is no doubt what so ever that there was intelligence and information that led to the clear conclusion that something brewing. i haven't been proven wrong despite val attempts and collusion between it is press, state department and white house ask highly placed military officials holding politically sensitive positions. this week after stellar reporting by the news division reveal would that whistle-blowers in the federal were poised
, this morning to give the commencement address at ohio state university. one year ago this day, president obama kicked off his re-election campaign at the same school. as many as 70,000 people are expected to attend today's ceremony and more than 10,000 students will get their diplomas. thank you for watching "state of the union" i'm candy crowley in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and extras. if you missed any part of today show, find us on itunes, search state of the union. fareed zakaria "gps" is next for our viewers here in the united states. >>> this is "gps the global public square." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world, i'm fareed zakaria. let's start the show with a look at syria, guantanamo and how to fix what ailes us in america. we have a terrific panel, richard haass, joe klein and anne-marie slaughter. next, lm
. they are not hostile to the obama administration. the foreign service and diplomat that exists in the state department are democratic and left loning. they would not be -- they feel they are tloun under the buzz. what can we expect to so unfold in the next few months and years. it could be a while before the layers of the onion come forth. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] from red lobster's chefs to your table our seafood dinner for two for just 25 dollars! first get salad and cheddar bay biscuits. then choose from a variety of seafood entrées. plus choose either an appezer or a dessert to share. offer ends soon at red lobster! where we sea food differently. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens
in israel admitting its air force took out a shipment of weapons in syria. meantime, president obama is in central america addressing the united states' involvement in syr syria's civil war and jim avila is traveling with the president. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. abc news confirmed israeli warplanes that hit a target inside syria, a target the israelis deemed a serious threat. explosions believed to be the bombing aired on rebel television. several smoke plumes from what appears to be streaking rockets fired from israeli warplanes. hitting syrian anti-aircraft weapons according to abc news military sources. there's no official comment from syrian officials or the israelis. and no reporting of the strike on syrian state media. here in costa rica where the president is traveling no comment from the white house referring all questions to the israelis. as tensions rise in the middle east, president obama did tell reporters he's keeping all options open. but he is being careful because of prior mistakes, he says, made by moving too quickly in the middle east and he is reluctant to
so. and we must support president obama and senator finestien comprehensive effort to reform the gun laws, i support state and federal effort to keep the weapons off of our streets and out of our homes. i have directed our city agencies and law enforcement officials to move towards plans of action, to prioritize and create solutions that impact policy changes and take aggressive actions against the moment egregious types of gun violence and we are working hard and making more plans for more deeper, more wider gun buy back programs and events that will take place later this year. but no single mayor can stop gun violence alone. if we work together, as a city, as a community, as a region, as a state, and now, as importantly as a nation, if we work together as a nation, we can make real impact. forget the polls. forget the politics. forget the threats of this lobbying group or that lobbying group. we are doing what is necessary and what is the right thing to do. and we are not going to make any excuses for why we can't get it done. it is time to take a stand and it is time to stand for
. norah jones was topping music charts and barack obama was a young state senator from illinois and few people outside of that state had heard of him. >>> coming up you'll see dash cam video of a traffic stop involving ariel castro several years ago. could police have busted the case wide open back then? >>> up next, the lawyers, lawmakers holding their first hearing on the boston marathon bombings. were there warning signs that could have headed off that tragedy? i am an american success story. i'm a teacher. i'm a firefighter. i'm a carpenter. i'm an accountant. a mechanical engineer. and i shop at walmart. truth is, over sixty percent of america shops at walmart every month. i find what i need, at a great price. and the money i save goes to important things. braces for my daughter. a little something for my son's college fund. when people look at me, i hope they see someone building a better life. vo: living better: that's the real walmart. sorry to interrupt, i just want to say, i combined home and auto with state farm, saved 760 bucks. love this guy. okay, does it bother anybody el
? >>> president obama gave the commencement address at ohio state university today. he told them they should not give up when they fail at something because nothing worth doing happens overnight. the president has close ties to the university. he held a rally there to kick off his re-election campaign a year ago today. he also got an honorary doctorate. >>> to the mideast where with events are ratcheting up tensions in the region. today another israeli air strike rocked a damascus suburb hitting a scientific research center. an act a syrian official calls a declaration of war by israel. this after thursday's israeli air strikes in that country and there is a suspicion of use of chemical weapons in syria. candy crawly hosts cnn's "state of the union." will this put more pressure on the white house to do something about the ongoing civil war? congressman peter king was on your show earlier and he urged caution. >> i have real concerns. so much time has gone by and to, unfortunately, to a large extent al qaeda elements have a lot of control within the rebel movement. my concern is by arming the
. thousands of homes are still being threatened. >>> president obama gave the commencement address at ohio state university today. he told the buckeye grads that in the face of tragedies like the boston bombing, americans pull together. >> thank you. we've seen courage and compassion. a sense of civic duty and a recognition we are not a collection of strangers. we are bound to one another by a set of ideals and laws and commitment and a deep devotion to this country that we love. and that's what citizenship is. >> the president has close ties to the university. he held a rally there to kick off his re-election campaign a year ago today. >>> all right. despite a soggy track, the favorite horse, orb, is the winner of the kentucky derby. the horse has won five races in a row and will be among the favorites heading into the preakness. the next race in the triple crown. orb came from the rear crossing that finish line first. the man who rode orb celebrating his first kentucky derby win. >>> plea deal for the boston bombing suspect? it could happen. the government could take the death penalty of
, president obama encouraged 10,000 graduates at ohio state university to live up to the responsibilities of citizenship. he urged them to reject conspiracy theorists pushing government paranoia. >> unfortunately you've grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government as nothing more than some separate sinister entity that's at the root of all our problems. you should reject these voices. because what they suggest is that our brave and creative and unique experiment in self-rule is somehow just a sham. with which we can't be trusted. >> merely 24 hours before that speech, 1,000 miles away in houston, nra's ceo, wayne lapierre was pushing that exact brand of anti-government phobia. we'll take a dip -- a strange one -- into wayne's world and discuss this weekend's nra national convention when the brady campaign's colin goddard joins us next on "now." i do a lot of research on angie's list before i do any projects on my own. at angie's list, you'll find reviews written by people just like you. i love my contractor, and i am so thankful to angie's list for bringing us together. ang
elected, which is barak obama had just as much seniority, which is to say none, in the united states senate when he ran for president in 2008. ted cruz is on the same kind of track as -- to be a freshman senator to run for president as barak obama was. so it's not unheard of. the danger for ted cruz is this that he's getting attention for being confrontational. he's getting attention for shaking up the cage. but what can happen to politicians in that is that they get hooked on the controversy and that's all they've got. what he needs to do now, in order to remain viable, is surprise people. finding a way to compromise, finding a way to do something that the people haven't heard from before. if he just is a cage shaker, crew right, there won't be anybody left inside. >> megyn: rubio took a sip of water during his rebuttal in the state of the union and just got skewered for it. we talk about how that was largely people perceive him as a threat. he's this attractive, smart, dynamic, hispanic member of the republican caucus and now senator cruz is apparently he doesn't get to define hims
everything. >> president obama spoke at ohio state's graduation and told the students that it's their responsibility to make the world a better place. they were, like, wait isn't that literally your responsibility? >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the cry to help to a 911 operator could not have been clearer. >> amanda berry made the call after escaping from a house in cleveland. she and two other women say they were held there against their will. three brothers are now under arrest. dean reynolds is at the scene in cleveland. dean, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning. this headline in "the cleveland plain dealer" today says it all, "alive and safe." >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years, and i'm -- i'm here. i'm free now! >> reporter: the nightmare is over for amanda berry. her break from captivity came late monday after her alleged kidnapper stepped out of the house. neighbor charles ramsey said he heard a woman screaming for help. >> i see this girl and she's just going nuts on the door. i'm, like w
today's tom will show president barack obama and hillary clinton former secretary of state did not do all they could to stop the attacks in benghazi libya on september 11th. testimony today from gregory hicks will say a team of u.s. special forces was ready to head to benghazi after the first attack but was told to stand down after that attack on the pentagon. his testimony will show from the get go this was a terrorist attack and he told the white house, the state department, and anyone else that would listen. >> why does it matter? because secretary clinton seems to want to say it doesn't matter what the cause of it was, it does. just a few days later ambassador ambassador -- >> reporter: obama administration officials have insisted that no military resources could have made it to benghazi in time. reporting in washington, jacqueline fell ktvu channel 2 news opinion >>> mark sanford is back in politics after winning a special election for a congressional seat in spite of a sex scandal. he compared himself to lazarus who was resurrected from the dead. four years ago his reputation wa
they paid out $3 million in bonuses. >>> secretary of state john kerry announced the obama administration will provide $100 million in aid to syria. the money will not be linked to discussions on whether to provide arms to rebels. it will post refugees. -- help refugees. >> facebook removed a page that denigrated u.s. women in the military. she called it another example of the military's lax attitude. facebook removed it after determining the administrators were fake. >>> a recall by the food and drug administration. it involves drugs made by a pharmacy. the pharmacy is recalling all of its sterile drugs or injectable drug products. there are concerns about the problems that could potentially lead to bacterial contamiation. >>> fast food sellers talked about making menus healthier but things haven't improved that much over the last 14 years. they found the over all score in 2011 for 8 was 48. and that is an improvement of three points from 1997. >>> rigly is pulling its caffeinated gum after the market after the food and drug administration investigates the caffeine. they rolled out the g
the obama administration, thanks to the testimony of three brave state department officials. we are finally beginning to learn the truth about what happened the tragic day that four americans were brutally murdered in libya. in addition, it's becoming more and more obvious that following the attack the president and his aids deliberately ignored the facts and instead chose to write their own narrative about that deadly night. after reviewing what was said on tap toll hill yesterday it's clear that then secretary of state hillary clinton played a very key role in what i believe was an administration-wide national security coverup. according to the
to the immediate days after the strike and the explanation we were given by president obama and then secretary of state hillary clinton. >> we've seen rage and violence directed at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with with. >> you had a video that was released by somebody who lives here, sort of
it does right gets the attention from the president of united states. gerri: hello, everybody. tonight, on "the willis report," new controversy tonight about president obama's latest picks for top government positions. what is the white house thinking? also, is your smat phone smarter that your doctors? getting a physical from the phone may be a reality. we'll tell you how to do that, and looking for a loan? how about one from google? we're on the case tonight on "the willis report." ♪ ♪ first, tonight's top story, good another all-time record high for the broader market today. the s&p 500 hit an all-time high. while we enjoy the recent gains, easy to forget uneasy realities. for example, three years since the flash crash, an event that destabilized the market, and since th, nothing done to fix the underlying problem, and some say it's gotten worse. what's an inveor to do? with us, frank, the president and ceo of plan financial services and martin, the cio and portfolio manager. martin, starting with you, on set here with me. talk to me about the markets. you know, we saw the s&p 5
obama's proposals and fearing for the future of the second amendment picked up their phones and joined the national rifle association. [applause] in the end united states senators realized that their constituents actually do count. just because a president wants something doesn't mean they should salute and give it to him. they realized that because of you and millions of others made it clear that you're as prepared as ever to stand and fight for our freedoms. [applause] by the time it was over, we had a million new members. and we had turned the tide. [applause] i stand here today to thank you and to let you know that those of us you've honored by trusting us represent and speak for you during these challenging times are grateful for what you helped accomplish. as your president, you can tell -- i can tell you that we've been blessed to have wayne as our commander in chief during this phase of struggle to protect our constitutional rights. [applause] today's n.r.a. exists in large part because of wayne. and our opponents knew that to destroy it and the second amendment, their going to
. obama won by 5 in the electoral college. there are a lot of states where the black vote doesn't play as big. if you think colorado is the most important state you could argue because it was obama's 270th electoral vote, the black population there is very small. >> we're up against a break, but i want to get into also the other components of the obama coalition. talking about latinos, young people and women. talk about a lot of things after this. white marks or worries. [ man ] on in 5! [ female announcer ] it works as hard as you do... to outlast your day. [ man ] action! wow! [ female announcer ] secret outlast clear gel is better than the next leading invisible solid on white marks. secret outlast clear gel. ♪ the middle of this special moment and i need to run off to the bathroom. ♪ i'm fed up with always having to put my bladder's needs ahead of my daughter. ♪ so today, i'm finally talking to my doctor about overactive bladder symptoms. [ female announcer ] know that gotta go feeling? ask your doctor about prescription toviaz. one toviaz pill a day significantly reduces sud
obama to be any different? creating these state exchanges i think the price has already doubled since they started, the estimate. so the problem is that their programs are for ever and we, our programs are not forever. >> [inaudible] [applause] spent we would like to hear from you. tweeters your feedback, twitter.com/booktv. >> mr. moss, what happened in minneapolis in april 1999? >> i start the book with that meeting because it's so informative of the industry's attitude and strategies. 1999, the obesity epidemic was just beginning to emerge. and raised concern not only among consumer activists and nutritionists but among people inside the process food industry. they gather together a very rare meeting, ceos some of the top manufacturers in north america but got together at the old minneapolis headquarters, the old pillsbury headquarters in minneapolis, to talk about none other than this emerging crisis believes for the industry. and up in front of them got nine other than one of their own, his name was michael mudd. he was the vice president of craft. he was armed with 114 slides, a
and more expansive and unfortunately the red line that the president of the united states written was apparently written in disappearing ink. the obama administration should be, i think, cognizant of what george schultz, our former great secretary of state, once told me when he was in the marine corps, his drill stricter told him, said, never point a weapon at someone unless you're ready to pull a trigger. >> john mccain, of course, has long been leading the corps ous calling for the u.s. to step into the syrian conflict, calls that intensified the signs the war might be spreading. there is no doubt the pressure from those calls for action is being felt inside the white house. john kerry is headed to moscow to try again to convince the russians who supported the syrian government to work with the united states on a political settlement to the civil war some really valuable white house reporting from dexter fillkins shows what this pressure looks and feels like inside the obama white house. quote, the pressures on us to intervene now are enormous, senior white house official said,
any better and president obama says the united states have a moral interest in bringing the civil war to an end. >> understandably, there's a desire for easy answers. that's not the situation there. i'm making decisions not based on a hope and a prayer. but on hardheaded analysis in terms of what will actually make us safer and stabilize the region. >> jon meacham, all due respect, nobody is expecting easy answers but 80,000 people are dead. this has been going on for a year. the president can't glibly throw this away like we are asking him to come forward and make a snap decision. people have been deg. we were talking last fall about 20,000 dead and by december we were talking about 40,000 or 50,000 dead. there are 80,000 dead now. you have a refugee crisis spilling over across the middle east and it is becoming more unstable by the day. i'm not proposing that we invade but seriously the president just sitting there and glibly saying, oh, people just want easy answers. no, we don't want easy answers. we wanted leadership, strong leadership. we want a vision. i haven't seen a vision f
that the attack was conducted by islamic terrorists. i call the president ordered the state department to release this e-mail so that the american people can see it. lou: somewhat predictably, no response from the obama administration at this hour. the fallout from yesterday's benghazi hearings opened up new questions about the accuracy of the past testimony of former secretary of state hillary clinton on the attacks that resulted in the murder of four american citizens in libya. fox news chief washington correspondent james rose and with our report. >> reporter: former secretary of state hillary clinton was excepting a public-service award at the beverly wilshire hotel. >> american leaders are not given that position by birthright. must be read by every generation >> reporter: gop lawmakers sharpened their attacks on the credibility of clinton's testimony and are now demanding she and others close to president obama given the testimony. >> now more than ever we should have the joint committee, the appropriate committee asking secretary clinton, chairman and see, cheryl mills, and others what rea
pose a clear threat to the united states, israel and the nations of the gulf cooperation council in the wider world. meanwhile, as al qaeda has been substantially weakened, affiliated new terrorist groups are seeking new foot holds in the region. president obama has been clear that the national security interest in the middle east include security of israel, supporting our allies, fighting terrorism, preventing iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, pursuing middle east peace and playing a stabilizing role with our regional partners and supporting yemen, africa, egypt and ultimately in syria. the department of defense helps protect through the military presence in these regions and our defense corporation and our work to enhance the military capabilities of our allies. each of these aspects was the focus of my trip to the region which, included as has been noted, visits to israel, jordan, saudi arabia, egypt and the united arab emirates. israel is america's closest friend and ally in the middle east. with a former washington institute fellow and you know minister of defense y'all
and mr. obama want to debate that on the campaign trail, fine. but not to bring the state department as an agency or an institution into the middle of the politics. >> and yesterday speaker boehner call for a release of the information from the state department from the day after the attack. let's take a listen to what he had to say. >> understand the reap this is still underway is because the white house has done everything possible to block access to the information that would outline the truth. the question you have to ask is, why? >> are republicans gaining political momentum here? >> obviously this situation is still evolving. it is still fluid. we had a recent cnn poll that shows 56%, that's the majority, do not think the white house is deliberately engaged in any type of cover-up. what i think is going on is that this is a distraction to the white house. for instance today when the president wants to be out there pushing health care reform and talking about the affordable health care act. this will linger and go on and on. we're not sure of all the implications yet. the fact i
the state department removing references to al-qaeda. what this all means for the obama administration next. >> the fact is we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or because of guys out for a walk one night and decided they would just go kill some americans? what difference at this point does this make? >>> welcome back. it is the bottom of the hour. it is time for the top of the news. new calls for an investigation after the irs admits targeting conservative groups during the 2012 election. agents singled outdoesens of organizations for additional reviews because they included the words tea party or patriot in their exemption application. president obama paying tribute to some of america's finest at the national association of police organization top cop awards today. >> we know that when we need you most, you will be ready to dash into danger to protect our lives even if it means putting your lives on the line. that's what these folks are all about. >> and a new video of prince harry in colorado attending the warrior games. more than 200 wounded servicemen and women are
the 12th state to legalalize same-sex marriage. >>> president obama will dine with house democratic leadership part of his on going outreach to congress. we'll see if the charm offensive pays off. >>> and it seems that dennis rodman is trying his hand at foreign nations tweeting i'm calling on the supreme leader of north korea to do me a solid and cut bae loose. >>> and the internet is buzzing over the 911 call that led to the rescue of the three women in cleveland. was the operator as some suggested callus to a frantic woman or in a series of calls. the behavior was if not warm and fuzzy, professional. listen on our facebook page. don't forget to like us. h sheets because fresher is better. everyone knows that. i'll tell you what -- i'm just crazy about freshness. [ cow moos ] mmm. [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? [ woman ] mmm, mmm, fresh. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. that was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hur
and nothing should be construed as representing the views of anyone in the obama administration. between those two pillars, and tried to navigate a path. i would like to take a moment and explain to you an argument warfare ino conduct this strange way. the united states has been involved in a global armed conflict with al qaeda and its affiliate organizations now for approximately 15 years. it was engaged in that global armed conflict before the u.s. government agreed that it was in it. -- al qaeda knew. but al qaeda was able to forcefully expressed to the u.s. that it was in such a conflict in august of 1998. here we are 15 years later and we are talking about whether that conflict can be conducted with remotely piloted vehicles in many countries around the world. let me offer two different paradigms' for how to think about this problem. in these paradigms' i will try to make this very clear and maybe too clear. you need to do three things. first, you need to define what is the doorway through which i must ensure that allows me to kill these people? what is the doorway? second, having passed
by the state department, the cia, the defense department, and president obama. joining us is general thomas mcinerney, retired u.s. air force general, fox news contributor. great to have you with us. >> thank you for having me. lou: to say the least this is a long anticipated and for at least half the country, a much hope for hearing tomorrow. i would like to think the entire country when we lose men and women who serve this nation, all of us would want answers. that has not been the case. what are your hopes? >> well, i think what we are going to see -- and i also hope we are going to year some of the actual facts by people that were on the ground or involved back in state department and other national military command centers, although there won't be any direct military people. that is very important because it has become -- going to become very obvious that we had dereliction of duty of our senior leaders, and we lost four people that, frankly, we did not have to lose. we did not have to lose anybody. the indications and warning were there the day before. they put out a video that was re
of speculation that north korea would launch another missile test. today, the state on china. a major north korean bank tat is used of providing financial support to northorea nuclear programs. in his news conference, president obama chose to try to clarify his perceived red line on syria. as the president noted, perceptions can be difficult to manage and measure by way of example, the president talking about bashar al-assad, 722 days ago. almost two years ago two months. the administration still struggling with that frederick and its strategy on syria. seetary of state john kerry today, after meeting wh his russian counterpart in moscow, announced that the united states will convene an international peace conference to end the bloodshed in syria. remarkably, no mention of benghazi at today's news conference. surprising employees are scheduled to testify before the house oversight committee morning. testimony that doesn't match the obama administration's narrative on the september 11 terrorist attacks that ended with the murder of an ambassador and three other americans. james rosen has our
the bullets, then the obama government can wage unopposed violent war on the disarmed populous of the united states. open your eyes, sheeple. but in hosting senator inhofe to spell all this out, laura ingraham, the talk show host, god bless her, actually asked the senator useful follow-up questions to try to get him to explain exactly how this conspiracy works. listen. >> what are they going to do if they want to violate our second amendment rights, do it with ammo. >> can you explain this to me, what do they need it for? >> well, they don't. that's the point. >> but it had been purchased before obama by the federal government. >> no, not these numbers, now, laura. not these numbers. and the best evidence of that is look what happened to the supply. the supply is gone, and where did they go, the supply some of it, of course, people knowing -- >> buying up. >> -- wants to take it up, buying it up, but not to those proportions. now, i know this for a fact because i know the people that are, you know, are concerned about this, and so there's no downside, if i'm wrong on this. >> the last part o
to protect president obama's re-election campaign. and he wants the state department to release e-mails. >> we learned that on september 12th, the day after the attacks and four days before susan rice's tv appearances, a senior state department official e-mailed her superiors to relay that the libyan ambassador -- she had told the libyan ambassador that the attack was conducted by islamic terrorists. the state department would not allow our committees to keep copies of this e-mail when it was reviewed. >> an initial report blamed the attack on demonstrators, they were angry over this anti-islamic youtube video. well, the current top diplomat in libya, gregory hicks, testified on tuesday there was no demonstration, that there was an early report even that the attack was coordinated by islamic terrorists. >> jim acosta joins us now. jim, have you got news for us on these e-mails, the benghazi e-mails? >> that's right. we have confirmed through congressional sources, suzanne and michael, that these talking points were changed by various administration officials. if you look at some e
how the attack went down to protect president obama's re-election campaign. and he wants the state department to release e-mails. now, the initial report blamed the attack on demonstrators angry over an incendiary anti-islam youtube video. current top diplomat in libya, gregory hicks, said there was no demonstration. he said there was an early report that the attack was coordinated by islamic terrorists. so information keeps coming out, people start debating it. there's reporting from the weekly standard and abc news that shows the administration did help edit the talking points about the benghazi attack on 12 different occasions. what does that mean? is that a lot? what was the nature of those changes? that's what they're trying to figure out. it wasn't just written by the intelligence community, but there was a lot of input from the state department as well. let's bring in chief political analyst gloria borger joining me down there from washington, d.c. let's begin with this. when something like this comes, the first thing we want to say is, well, this is partisan, this is right
of the united states to throw himself a pity party. president obama said as much on tuesday when he laid out the limits of his leadership. >> i can urge them to. i can put pressure on them. i can rally the american people around those common sense solutions, u ultimately they themselves are going to have to say we're going to do the right thing. >> the right thing. let's pause on that. political opponents will have a different sense of what the right thing. as we say on this show, elections have consequences. when we choose a new president or decide to give the old one a second chance, we are also deciding to move forward with that president's agenda. the agenda of this president, the one chosen by a popular majority has been subverted by the will of a small but determined minority. it's disregarded by a senate majority that fall short of a filibuster proof margin. it was behind the expansion of the firearms background checks. the failure of this common sense proposal, it should have been a no brainer had the president seeing red, but the coauthor of that legislation, pat toomey gave preside
state democrats who who are up for election in 2014. have a noose hanging around heir they can of obama characterization gun control legislation that is he trying to pass and more tax hikes. this is an agenda that is out of touch with what voters in louisiana, north carolina, arkansas wants. gem job and family let's then let chris weigh in on that. the gun legislation didn't go the way the president wanted. what do you think he should really push for next? >> well, i mean, in terms of gun control, real quick, this is a position the president has that roughly 90%, including the majority of republicans hold. so, the republicans aren't on very strong ground on that. in terms of where i think the president goes forward, i think immigration is the one issue where you are seeing at least some consensus but, again, the point i made earlier, rubio, senator rubio is out there talking and pushing immigration reform. he is not what i would consider a moderate or left republican. is he getting torn apart and criticized by the right. so whether you have a republican party that cannot decide even on
. he accuses the obama administration of trying to suppress them. >> they're scared to death of what the state department is doing to them. look. we're the other branch of government. they need to be able to reveal this type of information. >> the obama administration denied those accusations several times. press secretary jay carney said last week the white house is not aware of any agency attempts to keep any potential witnesses from coming forward. elizabeth prann with more from the d.c. bureau. >> reporter: ahead of wednesday's house hearing response to the terrorist attack that cost four american lives in benghazi, we're getting a peek into one of the whistle blowers' testimony. the house oversight committee releasing a transcript of the interview of the deputy chief of the mission at the ambassador in libya, gregory hicks. he's scheduled to speak at the hearing on wednesday. included in his new testimony he reports, quote, i think everybody in the mission thought it was a terrorist attack from the beginning. i never reported a demonstration. i reported an attack on the consulat
or they would not be cooperating. but right now the united states is isolated as the obama administration has launched more than 300 drone strikes in four different countries, killing more than 3000 people, and the rest of the world is finding this very controversial if not unlawful. they have given the obama administration the benefit of the doubt for four years, but as we now go into a second term, i think they are now beginning to become increasingly restive, and the challenge for the obama administration, as it has been for us when we enter the second term of the bush administration, is now trying to convince the rest of the world that what they are doing in terms of counterterrorism policy is in fact lawful. so they are rapidly on the back foot. the obama administration -- i know they are working with this inside the white house to do a better job explaining the legality of the program, who they are targeting, why it is lawful, and why the rest of the world should in fact agree with what they are doing. in a moment i would be happy to get into the more of the legal details, but that is w
. this week the obama administration officially accused china of state-sponsored cyberattacks. former joint chiefs chair mike mullen also cochaired that benghazi inquiry said cybersecurity is a huge challenge. >> there's nowhere i go that i don't talk about. i think it's the most severe threat we have,tial to our way of life. i have been on the inside, fought it and seen it, so i have some understanding. we're in decent shape on the military side, okay on the government side a long way to go on what i call the dot-com world. they could save a lot of money on their car insurance by switching to geico...they may even make you their best man. may i have the rings please? ah, helzberg diamonds. nice choice, mate. ...and now in the presence of these guests we join this loving couple. oh dear... geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve art
of the employers. the obama administration pippered about whether the height height or state department tried to silence the bengazi survivors. the white house insisted anyone who want to testify before congress is it welcome to. >> bengazi happened a long time ago. we are unaware of agencies blocking . employees who will like to give information to bengazi. >> that is the names of the men. it clolcely guarded secret in washington who will provide that information on wednesday. >> thank you very much. doug collins served on the oversight committee and will be in the hearings. thank you for joining us today. >> thank you. >> and what is your reaction to the news breaking about the whistle blowers and several memberings of - members of your committee would not get access to the identity of the witnesses that survived that day. >> it is a process we are seeing, they are dragging their feet. even the comment that bengazi happened such a long time ago. it is fresh in people's mind and they are tired of the administration and state department dragging their feet and not allowing security clearance
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